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Window Cleaning Services in New York, NY

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Prescreened Residential Window Cleaners in New York, NY

Different Touch Cleaning Services Corp
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(716) 529-5116
30-38 88th Street
Flushing, NY 11369

Serving New York, NY
New York Window Cleaning
60 Verified Ratings
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(877) 881-2913
2940 Ocean Avenue, Suite A-14
Brooklyn, NY 11235

Serving New York, NY
Reliable Window Cleaning & Maintenance
16 Verified Ratings
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(866) 416-3145
PO Box 182
Massapequa Park, NY 11762

Serving New York, NY
CCS Cleaning Services
2 Verified Ratings
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(973) 240-3648
7109 Jackson Street
North Bergen, NJ 07047

Serving New York, NY
Quality Plus Cleaning
3 Verified Ratings
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(212) 295-4546
1532 Bergen Street
Brooklyn, NY 11213

Serving New York, NY

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Cost to hire a Clean Windows in New York

Most homeowners spent between:
$160 - $350
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Reviews of New York Window Cleaners

Project: Clean Windows
Englewood, NJ

Windows look beautiful. Originally I only wanted exterior done but when he wouldn't adjust price, I had him do interior and exterior.

Project: Clean Windows
Astoria, NY

He did a great job and he was on time.

Project: Clean Windows
Wood Ridge, NJ

Leo was fantastic. He was on time, very polite and did not rush. He even did my doors which I did not ask for. I will hire him every year. He was worth every cent.


Unscreened House Cleaning & Maid Services in New York, New York

Mike's Power Washing
9812 161st Ave.
Jamaica, NY 11414
Sparkling 4 You
244 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 11372
Coverall Health-Based Cleaning System
1050 Wall St. West
Lyndhurst, NJ 07071
Shel & Nel Cleaning Service
Chelsea Cove
Hope Junction, NY 12533
500 Hempstead Ave.
West Hempstead, NY 11552

Things to Consider Before You Hire a Window Cleaning Contractor:

  • How do you want them cleaned?
  • Do you have screens to be removed and cleaned also?
  • How many stories is your home?
  • Would you like to schedule routine window washing?

Ideas & Inspiration from New York House Cleaning & Maid Services

New York Window Cleaning

The quintessential item of any spring cleaning list, window cleaning in New York is a common thorn in the side of homeowners who need no more chores in their already too chaotic lives. Unfortunately, too many homeowners believe hiring a professional New York window washer is either too expensive or a sign of laziness. In fact, often the time you save is well worth the modest expense, while the pros will be able to deliver superior window cleaning services and allow you to focus on other endeavors. This doesn't mean every homeowner should hire a professional, but you should at least get estimates and talk to a professional before you immediately dismiss the idea.

Benefits of Hiring a Window Cleaner
New York window cleaning is beneficial in a number of ways, specifically safety, health, and convenience. Frequently, homeowners vow never to wash their own windows again after nearly falling off their ladder. Two-story homes and other difficult to reach windows or sloping lawns make window washing a dangerous prospect even for careful-minded homeowners. Few homeowners realize or are willing to admit that home maintenance projects such as window washing pose a threat to their health. Reaching and bending over, combined with the repetitive motion of cleaning, can wreak havoc on joints and cartilage. Homeowners who used to clean their own windows may very well need to hire a professional as they age and begin to lose their mobility. Trust that there is no shame in this, and use your energy toward more calisthenic activities.

Finally, some homeowners hire a professional window washer because the money is worth the time saved. Often, this is an economic consideration that hinges on your financial resources and priorities. If you can spend, say, $250 on a New York window washer, you can reclaim a weekend to spend with your family, for personal enjoyment, or other worthwhile activities. Thus, farming this project out to the pros may be a wise decision, even if you can, in theory, do the job yourself.

Cost of a Window Washer
The most frequent question we hear from homeowners, and often the deciding factor in whether or not they decide to wash their own windows, is the cost of hiring a professional. Naturally, the size, number, and accessibility of your windows will determine how much having them professionally cleaned will cost. How dirty the windows are and how far your contractor must travel may also influence the cost. You may want to talk to your neighbors about their interest in professional window cleaning, as you can often receive discounts by bundling projects in this manner. Likewise, you might take a look at your carpet, gutters, and other furnishings. Several window washing companies can take care of more than just your windows, and this, too, is an effective way to bundle services. While you will need to talk to contractors to receive specific estimates, our data reveals that the average cost of New York window cleaning is about $250. Recently, we've seen projects as low as $50 and as high as $450.

Window Cleaning Services
The best New York window cleaners are able to offer a degree of cleanliness you're unlikely to achieve on your own. Squeegees and static-free chamois will reduce the amount of dust attracted to your windows in the days and weeks after cleaning. Whether it's a two-story home or a high-rise apartment, your cleaner will know the best plan of attack. And it shouldn't take all day, much less all weekend. The average time to complete New York window cleaning is just over 5 hours. In today's economy, more and more homeowners are having trouble justifying the expense of professional window washing. Indeed, your satisfaction with the job will depend on finding someone who can deliver first-rate window cleaning without charging an arm and a leg.

Cold-calling from the phonebook is a dicey proposition, but HomeAdvisor can help. Each and every contractor in our system is put through a rigorous ten-step screening process. Plus, our quality-controlled customer ratings and reviews will allow you to see what other homeowners thought about individual contractors and professional window washing in general. These reviews also create a powerful incentive for contractors to meet and exceed your expectations.